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Book: “The case for a humbler economics”
On what the financial industry does and does not know.
Klaus W. Wellershoff launches an appeal for more modest forecasts about the state of the economy and financial markets. His realistic outlook on growth, inflation and developments in financial markets offers practical recommendations for taking economic decisions.
Although many economists claim the opposite, we actually know very little about the future. But the little that we do know, can be very powerful. Klaus W. Wellershoff cuts to the chase, and delivers practical instruments to assess the development of the economy and financial markets. In addition, he delivers a scientifically-grounded basis for managing wealth. He uses numerous examples to illustrate his arguments and offers an overview of the current state of the global economy and the financial market for private wealth management in Switzerland.
(Only available in German)